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Theresa May Again Demands Tech Companies Do More To Right The World's Social Media Wrongs

In the face of "extremist" content and other internet nasties, British PM Theresa May keeps doing something. That something is telling social media companies to do something. Move fast and break speech. Nerd harder. Do whatever isn't working well already, but with more people and processing power. May has been shifting her anti-speech, anti-social media tirades towards the Orwellian in recent months.
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